FVC070312210A00

Quick Anchor Rodes

Quick Anchor Rodes

Description

The Quick Anchor Rodes are essential to keep a sturdy and stable connection system during mooring operations.

Features

  • Top-quality 3-strand polyester rope
  • Splice is slim and tapered to prevent jamming
  • Smooth changeover from rope to chain
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$300.00
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An anchor-rode is the connection system between anchor and the boat and its sturdiness during mooring is undoubtedly essential. The critical point of the rope and chain combination is the joint, or technically speaking, the splice.

In Quick's Slim Splice, the splice is much slimmer and more tapered, preventing the jamming which often occurs on the gypsy, during changeover from rope to chain.

Quick's Slim Splice consists of a calibrated chain and a top quality 3-strand polyester rope, to guarantee optimum strength and life.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Quick Anchor Rodes FVC070312210A00 Anchor rode with 20 feet of 7mm chain and 100 feet of 1/2" rope
$225.00
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Quick Anchor Rodes FVC070312120A00 Anchor rode with 15 feet of 7mm chain and 200 feet of 1/2" rope
$315.00
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Quick Anchor Rodes FVC07031231CA00 Anchor rode with 30 feet of 7mm chain and 170 feet of 1/2" rope
$330.00
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Quick Anchor Rodes FVC08031231CA00 Anchor rode with 30 feet of 8mm chain and 170 feet of 1/2" rope
$345.00
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Quick Anchor Rodes FVC080391220A00 Anchor rode with 25 feet of 8mm chain and 200 feet of 9/16" rope
$390.00
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Quick Anchor Rodes FVC070312130A00 Anchor rode with 15 feet of 7mm chain and 300 feet of 1/2" rope
$375.00
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Quick Anchor Rodes FVC080391230A00 Anchor rode with 25 feet of 8mm chain and 300 feet of 9/16" rope
$487.50
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Quick Anchor Rodes FVC100358220A00 Anchor rode with 20 feet of 10mm chain and 200 feet of 5/8" rope
$675.00
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